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8 Reasons You Can't Afford to Ignore Condition Monitoring | Parker Hannifin

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The value of condition monitoring by the numbers. Parker’s SensoNODE™ Blue sensors and SCOUT™ Mobile software create a wireless condition monitoring for predictive maintenance solution that is accurate, reliable, and easy to use.

SensoNODE sensors are lightweight and durable, making them ideal for placement just about anywhere on the production line. Using Bluetooth technology, they wirelessly transmit data to SCOUT Mobile software on a mobile device, allowing plant managers, maintenance, and operators to record the data they need. This helps to:

Improve labor efficiency
Keep workers out of potentially dangerous situations
Perform diagnostics without shutting down production

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8 Reasons You Can't Afford to Ignore Condition Monitoring | Parker Hannifin

  1. 1. Reasons You Can 't Afford to Ignore Condition Monitoring REDUCE MAINTENANCE TIME AND LABOR COSTS Monitoring your assets' conditions using gauges and clipboards is no longer cost-effective. Today, the Industrial loT allows you to identify and address issues before failure occurs, and optimize your assets and processes to be more efficient. ,-, Includes costs normally associated with maintenance, such as labor and overhead, and actual materials cost of repair parts, tools, and other maintenance equipment.* CUT MEAN TIME TO REPAIR BY Better plan each repair and reduce MTTR by pinpointing precisely where the issues are in specific machines, thereby eliminating guesswork.* - ,----., ~ (60%)~ ,--.__, :' 30% Rather than order and stock a full inventory of spare parts, condition monitoring provides sufficient lead time to order parts as needed.* ,-, ') -- REDUCE DOWNTIME BY By performing maintenance only when needed, operators reduce the frequency of planned shutdowns, keeping assets in service more often.** Just during the two-year period after implementing the predictive maintenance program. With regular monitoring, projected reductions increase.* EXTEND ASSET LIFE BY Based on five years of operation with predictive maintenance. Condition monitoring programs help prevent serious damage to machinery and systems, increasing the operating life of assets.* :' 30% By monitoring asset health in real-time, operators can forecast degradation or pending failure, and modify maintenance or production schedules.** INCREASE PRODUCTION BY Through consistent, accurate condition monitoring, operators can avoid unplanned downtime and optimize assets to operate more efficiently.** * Mobley, R. Ke ith. An Introduction to Predictive Ma intenance. 2nd ed. Philadelphia: Elsevier Science. 2002. 70- 73. Print. ** U.S. Department of Energy • ,----., ~ (30%)~ ,--.__, Parker parker.com/conditionmonitoring ENGINEERING YOUR SUCCESS.

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